Recommendations of the WMU Crisis Management Team
The Regulation of the Council of Ministers of March 25, 2022 removes the obligation to cover the mouth and nose with a mask in rooms, except those where medical activities are carried out, but the WMU Crisis Management Team still recommends the use of masks in all University buildings.
we would like to inform you regarding new recommendations for the prevention of SARS-CoV-2 infections in the summer semester of 2021/2022. Please note that each of you must complete an electronic declaration of acquaintance with this procedure. HERE is the link to the declaration, and here you will firn the RECOMMENDATIONS
Best regards, ED Staff
In reference to the changes resulting from the introduction of the new regulation of the Ministry of Health of 10th Feb 2022 (Dz.U. 2022 poz. 354), the university procedures have been updated. Please familiarize yourself with the changes.
WMU employees and students are reminded of their obligation to report incidents of infection or contact with an infected person. While sending the form, student/employee will receive feedback regarding isolation, quarantine, or self-monitoring guidelines that will be tailored to the information provided on the reporting form.
With regard to the epidemic situation in the past few days, at the request of the Vice-Rector for Educational Affairs, a meeting of the Crisis Management Team was held to decide about the form in which examinations will be conducted and course credits will be granted during the 2022 winter session.
Due to the dynamic nature of the pandemic, the mandatory internal "university quarantine" for fully vaccinated individuals is upheld.
University quarantine applies to vaccinated individuals who have had high-risk contact with an infected person.
Reporting this type of contact (through the form in Path 2) should also result in either reporting for testing (to confirm or rule out infection after high risk contact) or reporting the contact to the Sanitary Inspectorate.
We encourage you to respond to the survey concerning the state of knowledge and opinions on the prevention of SARS-CoV-2 infections among students of universities in Poland. The participation is voluntary. You may refuse to take part in it at any moment. The responses will help evaluate the knowledge of the students of Medical Universities regarding COVID-19 prevention, which may help improve the way the information about SARS-CoV-2 infections prevention is conveyed.
LINK to the survey
We encourage you to respond to our survey "The state of knowledge and opinions on the prevention of SARS-CoV-2 infections". The participation is voluntary. You may refuse to take part in it at any moment.
below you will find a link to a video explaining in more detail the procedures implemented in our University in order to efficiently deal with Covid-19 infections and suspicions of infections. Please watch it attentively and follow the rules. LINK
All questions regarding the procedures should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the increasing number of reports of SARS-Cov2 infections (often preceded by reports of high-risk contact), we recommend that an internal "university quarantine" be made mandatory also for fully vaccinated persons.
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